Ghost Whisperer: Season 2, Episode 15

Mean Ghost (9 Feb. 2007)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Drama, Fantasy
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A series of accidents thin the local cheer-leading squad and puts their championship at stake, and Melinda has to wade through all sorts of high school drama to get to the truth.



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Episode credited cast:
Jackie Boyd
Maddy Strom
Rana Thomas
Rhea Lando ...
Tais Baker
Curt Kouf
Kimberly Allen (as Tanya Michelle)
Gina Platt
Michael Busch ...
Baggy Pants
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Daria Badanina ...
Mean Girl #2 (credit only)


After the death of one of the principle cheerleaders, Tais, the Grandview High Cheerleading Team is suffering a series of accidents injuring its cheerleaders. The Cheerleaders blame Maddy, a former cheerleader turned Wiccan Goth, for their string of bad luck. As Melinda tries to help Tais cross over, she becomes reminded of how she was treated while she was in high school. Written by Anonymous

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Warning! Non-believable flashbacks!
22 November 2008 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

Initially, I was against the whole Ghost Whisperer series, because I thought it would get boring with every episode featuring a ghost, compared to, for example, The X Files, where there were different phenomena each week. But, Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Sexiest Woman in the World in 1999 (according to Maxim) and The Sexiest Woman on Television in 2008 (according to, was enough to lure me back on a semi-regular basis (I missed maybe as many as half of the episodes). And lo and behold, the series made it to the second season, rightfully so. There were enough variations and clever ideas to sustain the series for some years, if they were able to come up with them on a regular basis. This episode includes a Wiccan, played by the unconventionally perfect beauty Madeline Zima, who six months later had that memorable topless scene in Californication's Pilot episode. The story here is not exceptional, but the mystery is compelling enough. A solid episode, but the flashbacks, where we are supposed to believe that a 27-year old JLH we see is a high school student, require too much suspension of belief.

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